Big Wave Hit (Starboard)/HAULOVER INLET

Big Wave Hit (Starboard)/HAULOVER INLET

118 875 views | 19 Sep. 2019

HAUOLVER INLET is always a challenging channel. Some boats just can’t handle this. Come to see one of my favorite days in Haulover !

H.Kemal ALTIN

Gregg B

Time stamp on the issues?

jd french

I can see Hauolver inlet from my balcony watching these videos is strangely mesmerizing

alex korn

Who the hell sits like that on a boat at 2:45?

Keith Boles

I'm surprised at the lack of life jackets.

Eric & Elisa Hammond Wright

3:08 - exactly what the Carolina flare is for! gotta love it!

Phil Mann

6:44 That man knows how to handle a following sea. Well done.

Mike Yount

First

Joe F

6:35 he shit his pants

DAPy Land

Where the hell do they get money for these boats down there? Are they all illegal drug runners?

Gene Jarman

Hatteras is a beast!

Bob alloo

Where is everyone going? obviously a lot are going fishing, but what about everybody else?

Trey Steward

At 1:54 are speeding through this or would u take it slow

b wattig

You get some great shots, does this vid span over a week of footage?

charles wayne

I'm so glad I stumbled upon this channel! I find it so oddly satisfying to watch the variety of boats navigating the waves! Good stuff!!

Jim Watson

SWEET drone shots!

Wayne Riffe II

I see big waves i click video lol

Kevinw4040

Am I the only one waiting for the chic in red swim suit to fall overboard?

Chef Critic

Thats a rental from Captains Joe Marina at 79st

Marino

Le dernier boat est vraiment très très beau, une superbe coupe ! Je ne sais pas quelle compagnie l'a construit mais il est SUPERBE !

KR Bassin

That girl with her leg hanging out on the side is completely stupid she needs to fall over board so it can scare her to learn a lesson but the driver ain't got sense enough to tell her to stop

Dan

7:16 .... three inches from being shoved to submarine status.... who else thinks so??

Austin Williams

would love to see more grady's in ur videos I'm always seeing them in the background but they never seem to catch much attention

ScarabChris

Just a thought out loud.........I'm a life long Miami guy, born and raised. Boating my entire life. No need to convince me that boats are expensive. I have an older 35' center console with newer engines. I probably have a little over $100K into it but I busted my ass to make that happen. My wife and I are in our lower 40's, we both work and make a decent living. We have a modest house on the water in the Ft Lauderdale area with the boat docked out back. We drive nice but modest cars. We have an RV in addition to the boat. Our boat has no payments. My Escalade has no payments. My RV does have payments and we lease my wife a new $50K SUV every 3 years. And we have two young kids. Some might see us on our boat and say "they have money" but the reality is we have worked years to obtain this stuff and the good credit needed to sustain the payments and keep it going. So what is my point...


Being on the water my entire life (and watching these videos) I have seen the typical $1 million boat owner go from their 50's down to their late 20's. Seems like a lot of young guys running around in million + boats. I have no issue with "rich" people. I love rich people, they pump lots of money into the economy. As long as you earn your living legally I love it...keep doing it. So I guess my question is.....what are all these young guys doing to make enough money to buy million dollar boats? They likely have nice houses or condo's and nice cars too. I see guys that need to make $40k-$50K a month just to keep it going. If any of you guys reading this fit into this scenario.......tell me what you got into in order to roll like this. It's way to late for me but maybe I can steer my two boys in that direction so they can take care of me one day. LOL.

Wavy Boats

Wow that boat (Yamaha?) came close to flipping on its side. That was a close call.

Dan Sullivan

I cant get over how most of these guys just beat the shit out of their boats. I guess they have more money than brains!

Victor RB

Nice!

Jason Starnes

I dont know why, but i keep watching these videos.

justplanecrazy5

How long until a boat hits a wave the wrong way and flips

TheAco201

I have been watching your videos for a long time and I`m surprised to not see any more Evinrude outbords. Most are Mercury and Yamaha.
Is Evinrude not a popular machine in this area/US?

Arthur08880

0:48 lose engine?

Nik Baret

Thanks for filming

Glen Gingras

Nice yachts. Now all they need is a helicopter on top.

The Architect

LOL yeahhthe 6:33 guy that clearly was getting frustrated and hammered down nearly barrel roll g his beautiful boat appeared to have a change of tought about going out there alone . Lol

Ostrio _______

I love your videos keep
Up the great work

By the way what is the most expensive boat you have ever seen

ChrisNVegas

The inlet seems kinda angry lately.
I LOVE IT!

Glen Gingras

Drug money

Jim Watson

That Hatteras Outline is unmistakable!

Zach Frye-Lofley

If anyone knows the dude with the donzi I’d love to ask him some questions about the setup

wastegate

8:30 don't you know a yamaha fsh 190 sport when you see one?

Jacob Bandel

Omg I love your videos keep the great work up very nice boats to

Izom

7:10 i wouldnt feel save just with one weak motor...!? :-/

Jimmy Cline

6:23 does this guy totally not how to operate a boat! He needs to trim the motor down, get nose up, then he takes off with the trim up putting the boat go straight up, especially in those huge waves, could have went over!

jpat99

Dude at 5:12 looked a little overwhelmed / nervous.

Bob alloo

Dang, the Hatteras GT's bow barely moved. Slicing and dicing that chop! And, wow, there is a lot of money in Miami!

colin m

7:19 woah this dude knows how to handle a boat and yet he still risked everything for some fun meto guy meto

rightsideup

A little Baywatch action at 2:36

Henrique Aires

Nos EUA, parece que qualquer Zé Ruela tem um barcão desses com QUATRO motorzões de popa fudêncios. Aqui, só político vagabundo!

Kendall Phillips

6:15

Captain Freddy

10:12 Dangling Fenders! Ain't credit card captains the very best of the best.

Flying Translator

Maybe some of the bigger boats can fit FIVE outboards across the stern. Too much is never enough!

Lilbebee07

6:34 well that trip didn’t last long

David Bayles

6:00 There are some quality boat handling skills this guy has developed after many years on the land-locked lake at home.

Today, however, during his very first experience with the dynamics of transiting an ocean inlet with opposing forces, he actually shit his pants and was then escorted by a USCG Rescue Helo back into the inlet where a ten year old Florida boy was kind enough to get him back to the dock.

Some literary license was taken in developing this narrative.

JASON'S WORLD

Look kids, rich assholes with boats and no boating skills or manners.

dj511185

2:45 red suit girl looks like she is trying "enjoy" herself.

ScarabChris

Just a thought out loud.........I'm a life long Miami guy, born and raised. Boating my entire life. No need to convince me that boats are expensive. I have an older 35' center console with newer engines. I probably have a little over $100K into it but I busted my ass to make that happen. My wife and I are in our lower 40's, we both work and make a decent living. We have a modest house on the water in the Ft Lauderdale area with the boat docked out back. We drive nice but modest cars. We have an RV in addition to the boat. Our boat has no payments. My Escalade has no payments. My RV does have payments and we lease my wife a new $50K SUV every 3 years. And we have two young kids. Some might see us on our boat and say "they have money" but the reality is we have worked years to obtain this stuff and the good credit needed to sustain the payments and keep it going. So what is my point...


Being on the water my entire life (and watching these videos) I have seen the typical $1 million boat owner go from their 50's down to their late 20's. Seems like a lot of young guys running around in million + boats. I have no issue with "rich" people. I love rich people, they pump lots of money into the economy. As long as you earn your living legally I love it...keep doing it. So I guess my question is.....what are all these young guys doing to make enough money to buy million dollar boats? They likely have nice houses or condo's and nice cars too. I see guys that need to make $40k-$50K a month just to keep it going. If any of you guys reading this fit into this scenario.......tell me what you got into in order to roll like this. It's way to late for me but maybe I can steer my two boys in that direction so they can take care of me one day. LOL.